Saturday at the Revere Beach Sand Sculpture Festival

Julie Schultz
Jul 27, 2018 · 3 min read

We spent our Saturday afternoon attending the annual Revere Beach Sand Sculpture Festival, where artists come from all over the world to compete and there is a big street festival and carnival that accompanies the competition.

This was the fifteenth year of the festival, which is held every year in July at Revere Beach. Revere is the oldest public beach in the nation, and was built in 1895 and opened in 1896. The annual Sand Sculpture Festival is one of the highlights of the Summer in the Boston area, and is attended by over a million people each year.

These are some of my favorite sculptures from this year’s festival, and I’ve posted the front and back of the sculptures.

More of my favorite sculptures.

We look forward to this festival every year and can’t wait until 2019!

(Saturday, July 21, 2018 / @julieschultz79 / #mycrazylifeblog)

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